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In the 1980s, geeky Adam uses a video camera to document his family's crazy life. His mother, Beverly, is overprotective and lacks boundaries, while his dad has a hot temper and finds it difficult to parent without screaming. Rounding out the clan are Adam's terrifying sister, Erica; his older brother, Barry, who has middle-child syndrome; and the family's beloved grandfather, Al "Pops" Solomon. Pops is responsible for wild antics, including offering drinks to Barry and teaching Adam about the ways of love -- which create more chaos in an already high-strung family.

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Barry tries to gain respect at school by making Ball Ball popular; Beverly hopes the latest furniture craze will raise sales at Murray's store.
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Dana is not enthusiastic about going to a "Weird Al" Yankovic concert; after becoming peer counselors at school, Barry and Erica notice signs of depression in Murray.
aired 3 days ago
Murray encourages Adam to break the rules, leading to Beverly taking away Adam's phone privileges on Valentine's Day; Barry goes overboard as he tries to impress Lainey.
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Adam and Emmy's favorite TV game show holds auditions at their school; Barry thinks Beverly is a good luck charm for his favorite sports team.
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When Murray doesn't want to remodel the kitchen, Beverly tries to do it herself, but purposefully makes mistakes in hopes that Murray will fix them.
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Beverly invents "Super Hanukkah" in an attempt to get her family into the holiday spirit; Barry is faced with a dare from Adam.
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Inspired by "Top Gun," Barry joins ROTC -- then Beverly joins as well; Adam decides to help Pops get his swag back.
aired 5 days ago
Beverly wants the entire family to get together for Thanksgiving; Pops asks Erica and Barry to take over the holiday toast.
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The new family dog plays favorites; Erica and Lainey don't invite Beverly to their sleepover, causing disharmony in the mother-daughter relationship.
aired 6 days ago
When Adam wants to spend time with Dana instead of his mother, Beverly decides to teach him a lesson; Barry and Eric talk Adam into taking Dana to a haunted house.
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When Lainey tries to teach Barry a relationship lesson, the situation morphs and Barry ends up going to school dressed like Boy George; Beverly shaves off Murray's new mustache.
aired 9 days ago
Adam forms a plan to avoid swimming at school -- even though a friendship could be affected; Barry joins a school club formed by Erica.
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Murray builds a robot with Adam but creative differences drive them apart; Barry accidentally tapes over Beverly's treasured video of his fifth birthday party.
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Beverly asks Miss Cinoman (Ana Gasteyer) to let Adam -- who is going through puberty -- lip sync in the school musical; Murray inspires Erica to go to the homecoming dance with Geoff Schwartz (Sam Lerner).
aired 10 days ago
Lainey, Erica and Barry plan a big party while Lainey's father is out of town; Murray is annoyed by the amount of time Adam spends on the phone talking to Dana.
aired 11 days ago
Beverly insists on throwing Erica a going away party when she leaves for her summer arts school; to be closer to Lainey, Barry becomes the school mascot.
aired 11 days ago
Adam and Beverly help Erica make a music video for her application to Julliard but it doesn't go as Adam plans; Murray bonds with Lainey's dad and learns what it means to be a real friend.
aired 11 days ago
When Adam thinks he can harness some of Pop's luck, he ends up losing his toys on a gamble; Erica's dream to dance on a TV show is derailed when Barry gives her pink eye.
aired 12 days ago
Murray is happy to hear that Adam wants to participate in a school sport -- until he finds out it's fencing; Beverly tries to play matchmaker for Barry's wrestling coach and Erica's voice teacher.
aired 12 days ago
Erica tries to educate Beverly about voting; after losing a wrestling match, Barry wants to prove his athletic prowess.
aired 13 days ago
Beverly learns Adam is failing Spanish; Barry gets a job in hope of impressing Murray; Erica wants credit for being a responsible teenager.

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